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:00, the snow is completely over. only the wind is left. erin. >> what's the bottom line? there have been competing models. someone said the european model said we would be getting historic snow. the u.s. model, no. bottom line, who wins? >> you have to get back to me tomorrow. it's not done yet. >> everyone wants to know who wins between those two models. chad, thank you very much. as we continue to monitor the historic storm as it gets into the worst over the next couple hours, i'm going to pass it off to my colleague anderson cooper. "anderson cooper 360" starts right now. >> two big stories tonight. high stakes in both of them. the manhunt for a rogue ex-cop and suspected triple killer. we just got these surveillance shots of them. christopher dorner, taken january 28t outside a hotel in california. also exclusive video on a firing range as an lapd cadet. we look into what dorner's grievance is with the lapd. why he was removed from the police force and why he says it was due to corruption. here in the east, of course, the snow, possibly more snow than anyone has seen in a generation
cooper 360 starts now. >>> erin, thanks very much. a lot happening tonight. the worst tornado some have seen in years. a pope resigns, which hasn't happened in six cinchries. the whan said he hao killed osama bin laden reveals how his family lives in fear and what the government's protection. >> and murder in chicago have the city in shock. the killing of a 15-year-old girl, gunned down just days after performing at president obama's inauguration. her funeral was yesterday. let's go to ted rowlands with the latest in chicago. what do we know? >> the death of hadiya pendalson has struck a nerve not only in chicago but across the country. tonight, they have two men in custody. one is an 18-year-old man, the other, a 20-year-old man. both are members of a chicago gang. according to a police source, there was no witness who came forward to break this case. police officers worked on tips and were able to go out and find win witnesses. they do not have the murder weapon, according to the source. the charges that the two young men face, one charge of murder. two charges each of attempted murde
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reynolds, thefá couple tied up and held in a cabin by christopher dorner. erin burnett çó"outfront" will start shortly but first we want to bring youÑi the rest of the press jfconference. >> and hee1 never spoke anything against saying i'me1 out after them. >> reporter: can you describe to us his demeanor? >> he was always very, very calm. >> very t(calm.e1 >> andlp you really could tell that he was professionally trained. of courseohá knew that w3too. but really the way he had us do each thing was really -- the best word i can think of is very methodical youfá know, like do exactly this. he was able toe1 wrap our hands and legsq pretty easily with those. >> reporter: he was methodical with you. he was trained,fá as we know. = he appearfá in your opinion that he was carrying out a larger plan or more that you hadr stumbled into him? >> it would appear to me we stumbled into him. he didn't seem to have a plan. >> youfá know i think -- >> reporter: did he leave anything behind? >> when we were tied up and laying there, we heard him stuffing som
republicans are at this point so to si erin degree. curt, we went back into the archives. fewer than 2% of cabinet nominations have been rejected since 1789. john tower rejected for a defense secretary in 1989. you have to go back to 1844 to james porter, who was rejected for secretary -- >> he was robbed, though. >> where was he during benghazi? >> this is the united states senate, which part of its brand is this civility, and who are they doing this to? a guy who was a republican senator four years ago. i've decided it's a bit of joe lieberman derangement syndrome. a heiretick from your own party, once he is playing for the other team, it drives you crazy, and it's driving the republicans crazy the same way joe lieberman drove the democrats craze where i. >> the psychodrama of a party that's so very angry at one of its own. i'm not a psychiatrist, but i play one on television, and it would seem like -- it would seem like this sort of, you know -- he is a heiretic, and, therefore, he must be punished. this is not the first sort of parliamentary high jinx order of the day for this cong
ameritrade. ♪ sweet home alabama >> all right, welcome. you are watching "piers morgan tonight." i'm erin burnett in for piers morgan in mobile, alabama, where the carnival triumph cruise has docked. we're surrounded by families, people reuniting, the media. it's the world, and we have heard from people who are excited, people who are angry, people who are emotional, people who are taking it in stride. >> they're just very, very happy to be here, off that ship and finally in many cases into the armed of loved ones they have been waiting for. that's what we're watching for here. and we're going sort of totally unscripted whe eed with this. >> you guys want to step in? >> sure. >> come on in. >> who have we got? identify yourselves? >> i'm betty. this is my daughter, melissa, and her daughter, cameron mcdavid. and we have our husbanded ryan, and madeleine, and we went on a cruise. my son-in-law andy. >> three generations of family? >> yeah. we came for a 40th birthday. >> welcome back. >> probably not the birthday you expected. >> that's all right. >> so what was it like? >> it made you app
with what erin is saying, that the market goes higher in 2013, and what do you want to be exposed to? >> i think it goes higher, but it could go down a little bit before it goes up. multiples are expanding faster than fundamentals so earnings haven't expanded quite as much. we are interested and still looking at things that other people may not be paying attention to, ann taylor, they missed on the fashion but have really good things going on in the background. the rest of the market is ignoring and that's where we're interested. >> we do have to go. sorry. thanks for joining us. >>> we're coming right back with the closing countdown, and we'll be closely watching how walmart is trading on a report of slow february sales. >> and don't miss my exclusive interview with former federal reserve chairman alan greenspan. >> and forget higher taxes. an overwhelming percentage of millionaires say they are just better off or are they just well off as they were before the financial crisis? what's the difference? i don't know. details of the surprising new survey are coming up. you're watching cnbc. f
. >> all right, erin, thanks. we are in windy and chilly chicago where president obama spoke today about the epidemic of teen violence gripping his home town. we're also going to be looking at the close encounter with a meteor that everyone is talking about that was literally earth-shaking, and later, we'll have the latest on the blade runner's emotional day in court, charged with premeditated murder in the death of his girlfriend. but we begin with breaking news in the mudeath of killer cop christopher dorner. just moments ago, another vital question was answered. the precise manner of dorner's death. randi kaye is joining us. she just got word of the situation. she's in las vegas. the big headline is dorner died from a single gunshot wound to the head. does it mean it was self-inflicted? >> it appears so, chris. they didn't see him fire the fatal shot, but all indications are it was self-inflicted. they are still investigating, of course, but you have to remember that cabin was on fire. so law enforcement wasn't anywhere near him. they had that armored vehicle that was pulling the wall
for watching. "anderson cooper 360" starts right now. >>> erin, thanks. breaking news tonight in the sandy hook massacre. a possible motive emerging. a terrifying explanation of why adam lanza chose the target he did. and there is this. a face in the crowd when president obama was speaking out against kids being gunned down in chicago. just hours later, her young life was forever changed. >> also tonight, we've all been there, a crowded flight, a crying baby. but no matter how bad it gets, would you ever, ever slap the baby? we're going to show you the man who allegedly did do that, and talk to the baby's parents. >>> well, we begin with breaking news right now. potential answer, an utterly chilling one to the question, why did serial killer adam lanza target the sandy hook elementary school in newtown, connecticut. why did he pick that school to assault? law enforcement sources telling cbs news, the answer may lie across the atlantic in norway. at a summer camp near ososlo, where a man man hunted down and killed 69 people, most of them teenagers. brevic, who began his rampage with a bombing in
right now. >>> erin, thanks. i'm wolf blitzer filling in for anderson cooper. tonight, a diamond heist straight out of an action movie script. thieves in belgium make off with $50 million in diamonds in just minutes. a highly choreographed heist now the question who done it? also a follow-up on a 360 investigation involving a veterans hospital, contaminated water and multiple cases of legionnaire's disease. tonight just how widespread the outbreak was and why there are accusations of a cover-up? we're keeping them honest. >>> but we begin with the murder charge that's captivated and horrified millions of people around the globe. today the suspect, the olympian runner oscar pistorius gave his side of the story. in his own words, read by his lawyer at the bail hearing, he described in dramatic detail what led him to shoot and kill his girlfriend in the middle of the night. you're going to hear his words in a moment. while his statement was being read in court, a private funeral service was held for reeva steenkamp, the woman he shot, the woman he says he loved. steenkamp was 29 years old
starts now. >>> erin, thanks. tonight only on 360, why if the disease will not kill you the medical bills might. even if you have insurance. we'll take you inside one patient's bill and show you what the health care industry does not want you to see lean line by line, charge by inflated charge down by the paper cup. that's $12, by the way. sound like nickel and diming? it could cost you tens of thousands of dollars. also, jesse jackson jr.'s road from congress to the courthouse. the possibility of a long stretch in prison. the campaign cash with the former democratic congressman took and what was bought with it boggles the mind. we'll tell you about that shortly. we begin, though, with a major development in the killing that has captivated and confounded millions of people around the world. it's captivated them because the shooting death of a glamorous model allegedly at the hands of perhaps the bravest olympic athlete many modern memory could not be more stirring or tragic in and of itself. it's confounding because each day brings more news that does not seem to establish in any clear di
chromium the same chemical at the heart of erin brockovich. >> yes, the water is poisonous. >> my family had five members and four of us had cancer. >> in a letter fibrotech says it didn't cause the contamination but is cleaning up. shirley wants to know why the company is using a permit that expired 16 years ago. it says it's working to renew the permit. >> how would you assess the permitting and enforcement happening right now? what kind of letter grade? >> that's a great question. i don't have a letter grade. >> the day after our interview, director rafael sent out this internal memo telling staff 22 of the state's 118 license facilities are working with outdated permits and writes the agency must review the permitting program. when it comes to the transportation of hazardous waste, sources say record keeping is so bad, regulators don't really know which toxic substances are going where. we analyzed the last 13 years of dtsc reports and found 44% of the entries listed blank or unknown when it came to what type of toxic waste was being transported. >> who's looking to see if you've got
56% since then. today reported another strong quarter with erin earnings per share better than a penny better than expected. and outback steakhouse performed very well. but the stock sold off 5% because the company saw commodity inflation in the quarter. i think bloomen remains risky as higher gas prices and the end of the payroll tax holiday put the squeeze on the consumer at thaend at the same time as we fear higher commodity sti costs. stock trades at a discount but it feels -- like when you eat unwould've those blooming onions. i like outback steakhouse. i think shu wait for a pullback under 16 a bit more than a buck below where it is now before pulling the trigger but if it got there unlike so many people who say wait for a pullback and then when it pulls back they run, i want you to buy it. i have some tweets here. mad tweets. and yeah, look, i still answer as many as i can. you go there you see all those followers, i'm always trying. sometimes i favorite people. my daughter told me how to favorite people. our first tweet comes from @stevespraycal. his tweet says, "jim bo
decision? take our poll and hey, try not to do it during work hours. "anderson cooper" starts now. >>> erin, thanks very much. good evening, everyone. we begin with breaking dmus and a warning for tens of millions of americans. three simple words that could save your life. do not travel. that's because if you do, you could get stuck in images like that. if you do, rescuers could get stuck trying to reach you. that warning, by the way, do not travel, comes straight from the national weather service. texas, oklahoma, kansas, all getting hammered by a storm even more punishing than the one last week. we're talking about more snow in some places that people have seen in the last 42 years. in one part of oklahoma, drivers are stranded with snow piling up to 6 feet high in some places. details now on the drivers and the storm they're stuck in from chad myers. >> if your left too late to get home from work or from wherever you're coming from, school, whatever, you very well may have had a very hard time getting home because the snow totals were coming down so fast. amarillo, in 24 hours, picked up
the does. anderson cooper 360 starts right now. >>> erin, thanks very much. good evening. tonight 11 days on the stand even one more twisted and shocking than the last. jodi arias on trial for her life once again turns the courtroom into a xxx theater and paints her boyfriend as something out of a horror movie. also dr. sanjay gupta digs into the diet that could protect you from heart disease. eating mediterranean and just maybe living longer. >>> keeping them honest with the man records show helped dozens of child rapists escape justice. it's all documented in tens of thousands of pages of previously secret personnel files covering 124 accused sexual predators who were shielded from justice with the authority and often with the knowledge of this person. you may ask yourself is he now awaiting trial on obstruction of justice charges? no, he's in rome getting ready to select the next pope. he's cardinal roger mahoney of los angeles. get this. he's complaining about people who are offended and lashing out at the media for reporting on the controversy. he's tweeting a lot about it, about pop
>>> and that concludes this edition of "newsli." tokyo.erine kobayashi in thanks for joining us. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> ifill: federal reserve chairman ben bernanke warned lawmakers today that the automatic spending cuts set to take effect friday will hurt the economic recovery. good evening. i'm gwen ifill. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the newshour tonight, we examine the battle over those cuts, and how the paralysis in washington could affect hiring, investment, and more. >> ifill: then, we get the latest on the senate vote to confirm former senator chuck hagel as the next secretary of defense. >> woodruff: ray suarez talks with marcia coyle about today's supreme court arguments over getting a d.n.a. sample from a suspect who was arrested but not convicted of a crime. >> ifill: special correspondent kira kay previews next week's presidential contest in kenya, where memories linger from the violence that followed the 2007 elections. >> we talk about people dead. i think if you count it over time and those who don't know it's probably aro
that answer right now. >> they're thinking erin burnett is the worst person ever asking that question. >> we only know what we can see as the sun is setting in rome. here's the helicopter that holds pope benedict xvi taking a looping route, going back north before it's coming back south to go to where castel gandolfo is. on the ground thousands and thousands of people looking up at a man they will never again see as pope. the bells are ringing, the sun is setting, literally and symbolically for pope benedict xvi. this is a 15-minute ride to castel gandolfo, the summer residence of the pope. he's going to do something more ceremonious there. >> the popemobile is waiting and he'll have the final goodbye where he will be on the balcony and say goodbye to all the people who have kong debatcongr there. >> when the swiss guard leaves cast l gandolfo, that is the outward sign pope benedict xvi is no longer pope. >> because you love this part of it, you're obsessed with it. >> i am. >> so walk us through it. i know they could have up to ten days before they start the conclave. >> this is a big deal.
from the bus as the killer came on board. he spoke tonight with erin burnett. >> jimmy lee dykes comes on to the bus. he hands him a piece of paper. it's got instructions on it. he hands it to charlie the bus driver. and charlie poland stands up and puts himself between -- there was about 20 kids on the bus. this is an odd school bus because of the rural area. you have kids from kindergarten to high school there. >> all ages. >> the littlest kids sitting in the front. the older ones sitting in the back. and he said "i'm going to need to take two kids." and charles albert poland, the bus driver, who has been through hostage training two years before in case a gunman ever came on his bus, i'm sure he never imagined it would be somebody he knew, says, "i'm responsible for these children and you can't have them." and over that four minutes you hear jimmy lee dykes say "i'm going to kill you if you get in the way here." and as he's trying to take the kids he says, "i'm going to shoot you. i'm going to shoot you." and poland, you can tell on the videotape, is frightened, but he stands his gr
cooper 360 starts now. >>> erin, thank you. good evening, everyone. there's so much happening tonight. some of it life and death, some of it something else entirely different. the man who pretended to be manti te'o's girlfriend. he talked to phil mcgraw about why he did it and how he did it. if the voice doesn't grab you, the rest of the story will. >> also, breaking news. a suicide bomber hit the u.s. embassy. you probably know ability that. we got late details about precisely what the terrorists were aiming at and who they are. we begin with another breaking story. the groying turmoil playing out on the streets of america's shaky ally, egypt. cairo tonight, the presidential palace under attack. other egyptian cities also seeing eruptions of violent. parts of the country living under a 30-day curfew. pressure apparently building on egypt's government two years after they toppled the last one. ben wedeman is in cairo tonight and joins us from there. friday is usually a big day for protests in the mideast because it's a day for prayer, in the mosques, and thaen come out and protest. >>
sexy and sexual. thanks so much for watching. "anderson cooper 360" starts right now. >>> erin, thanks very much. good evening, everyone. it's hard to imagine a bigger night because it's hard to imagine -- forecast a bigger winter storm than the one that forecasters say could dump more than 2 feet of snow on parts of the country. tens of millions of people could be affected. already thousands of flights have been canceled. we'll tell you what you need to know about where the storm is going to be. we begin tonight with breaking news about the hunt for a killer. he has the means to inflict mass casualties and a mission calling for precisely that. this is a man that police all over southern california are trying to find and may be one step closer to locating. christopher jordan dorner, an ex-navy officer with a grudge against the lapd. breaking news tonight, police have located his burned out truck near big bear lake. that's about 100 miles east of los angeles. that's the truck there, burned out. they have not, however, located dorner. just moments ago, we learned that the fbi went to the
>>> does it for us. erin burnett starts now. >>> the vote to lift the ban on gay membership. plus we talk about marco rubio and whether he is making the biggest mistake of his life. and the boy held in an underground bunker for six days celebrates his birthday. what we just learned about his captor. let's go "outfront." >>> is there a major connection? a major announcement from the boy scouts today. they're delaying the vote. does the long history between the mormons and the boy scouts have anything to do with the announcement today? check out the connection between the two groups. mormons represent 15% of the registered boy scouts. that is the single biggest group in america. they pay dues. also jointly on land together and their departure could leave a gaping hole in the organization, which has seen its membership decline by a third since 1999. as the organization has gotten smaller, the mormon influence has gotten bigger. now, the mormon church has sent mixed signals and its position on gay rights. mormons spent nearly $20 million in 2008 trying to ban same-sex marriage in cali
. erin, tell us how this started? >> sadie was dig nice with cancer at 3 years old. it's a childhood cancer. and our friends came to and they wanted to do something to help. so they made meals for us, they made sure that our daughter anna was taken care of when we were at the hospital and with the doctors. and they found out that she needed designated blood for her big surgery. so they went out and got the blood. it was easy. people were willing to help. on valentine's day of 2010, the big year of the snow, they decided they wanted to do a community blood drive. >> now, were you surprised that so many people were willing to help? you're sadie's father. this was a very difficult time for you as a family, i know. did you think it would be this successful? >> well, brar bra, it was a very difficult time, but the committee that's organized friends of ours, the friends of sadie committee, just knowingfo them, we were not surprised that they were willing to do so much work on behalf of sadie and other people who need blood. >> sadie, why don't you come over here and talk to me. what is you
the guns in the hands of teachers and schools. >> but it depends where they're from. erin made a really important point, i think, which is that for years and years people who advocate what i would see as saner gun laws, get a constant pushback that you don't respect the culture of rural america. well, i don't believe that's true, but that's been an argument they made, and suddenly i think people are realizing, wait a minute, what these guys are talking about is not respecting the culture of everyone else, a vast majority. most americans don't own guns. most americans don't want to own guns. most americans don't want to have to arm themselves to protect themselves and so this world that they are pos iting, people are talking about who is imposing what on whom? in terms of the state, yes, you have a certain number of states that are going to do whatever the nra says, but in the congress when you look at the house in particular, the key is there are a lot of suburban and ex-urban republican members of congress who know that their own constituencies want them to vote for reasonable gun laws
. >>> ted nugent talks guns on "erin burnett outfront." erin's here to tell us more. >> when you talk about guns and who wants to have guns in this country, is most passionate about gun rights, you think about ted nugent, the rock musician. we have a special investigation, spending time shooting with ted nugent on his ranch in waco, texas. that story is coming up at the top of the hour. with the horrible story in texas about the assistant district attorney who was shot and killed in the parking lot of his office, we look at other district attorneys, prosecutors, people who have gone missing, who have been killed, an incredibly high-risk job in this country, a lot of people may not realize just what risk these people take on. >>> a pastor leaves an angry note for his waitress, on the receipt it's the tip everyone's talking about. you're going to find out why. it's chevy truck month! silverado was also recognized for the lowest cost of ownership. hey, what are you gonna do with it? end table. oh. [ male announcer ] it's chevy truck month. now get 0% financing for 60 months, plus trade up to g
with the kidnapper, jimmy dykes, who later was killed. >>> this evening, cnn's erin burnett is taking a look at this very story, digging deeper on this amazing operation to rescue this young ethan. what are you guys looking at? >> we have the kind of minute by minute of what happened and it is pretty incredible, when you just see that picture there of the pipe and how they were communicating with jimmy lee dykes who had taken 5-year-old ethan hostage for nearly a week. sort of tick by tick of exactly what happened. it's a pretty incredible story. and we will be joined by the principal of ethan's school, a man who knows the little boy well. we will find out more about ethan as we have reported, he had suffered from asperger's and was obviously struggling this past week. and we will be talking about the big vote for the boy scouts. i know you all were talking about this. we have the numbers on just how influential mormons are in the boy scouts in terms of money and in terms of the number of boy scouts and it's pretty stunning. this decision really could come down to the mormon church. back to
contributor. and erin is a staff writer for salon.com. i welcome all three of you. thanks for being here. >> happy sunday. >> robert, i'll begin with you. let's take a listen to majority leader eric cantor on nbc's "meet the press." here it is. >> every time you turn around, the answer it to raise taxes. he just got his tax hike on the wealthy, and you can't in this town every three months raise taxes. again, every time, that's his response. we've got a spending problem. everybody knows it. >> robert, president obama is not just calling for tax hikes. he said this weekend, he wants spending cuts, entitlement changes, tax reforms. so why all the rhetoric from the gop when the stakes are this high? >> look, this needs to be a comprehensive conversation, not just about tax cuts and revenue, but also about smart government. both sides are in their corners, and they're both obviously speaking to their choirs or speaking to their base. the question becomes, what are we going to do? since we have this conversation, it seems like, every three months, about sequestration, about the fiscal cliff a
a trillion dollar every year that you don't have. >> rand paul will talk with erin burnett tonight, the interview will air on erin burnett "outfront." let's get to other news with zoraida in new york. good morning. >> good morning to you. >>> new this morning, six people arrested over new phone hacking allegations at rupert murdoch's now defunct news of the world tabloid. this is part of a separate conspiracy to hack phones in 2005 and 2006. several top murdoch executives were arrested and charged in an earlier probe. >>> both benedict celebrating what will likely be his last public mass on ash wednesday, he greeted thousands of his faithful in the square. he thanked them in several languages and said it would be inappropriate to stay on as pope. >> reporter: i have done this in full freedom for the benefit of the church. i have prayed for a long time and examined before god my conscience, fully aware of the gravity and insidiousness of such acts. >> a live report from vatican city in about ten minutes from now. >>> gop senators threatening a filibuster after chuck hagel cleared a
icy to dull pain, hot to relax it away. power past pain. >>> erin burnett is going "outfront" with more on the cruise ship triumph and the first lawsuit filed. you knew this was coming. >> absolutely. it only took about 24 hours. we have the first lawsuit filed against carnival cruise lines. and also, get to the heart of the investigation which matters not just to the 4,000 people who were on board the carnival "triumph" but the 10 million americans that cruise every year. and that is, kate, how bad was this fire? if it was a bad fire, that's a very serious thing. fit wasn't bad, how come it was still able to take out five of the six generators, each of which are the size of a bus? on this ship? both of these questions are very troubling. we're going to be talking about that, about that lawsuit, and get some answers on that coming up at the top of the hour. back to you. >> a lot of questions still remaining in that investigation. "erin burnett out front" at the top of the hour. >>> here's a very different story. maybe you have a disaster kit, bottled water, canned food, flash
. some four years later, ex-governor sanford's running for congress. erin pike with us from washington. does mark sanford believe south carolinians are ready to forgive him? >> reporter: he acknowledges he made a serious mistake but is using the commercial to turn the pa page by asking voters for a second chance. he's reminding them he's known for being fiscally conservative. he's trying to shift the focus of the race to that record. his consultant told cnn because he's such a fighter, he's going to work to get either vote he can. because sanford is the most well-known candidate in the race, his campaign says anything sanford does will suck up all the oxygen in that race. his political team expects that voters will either vote for sanford or against him but not in favor of anyone else. sanford is running well ahead of them and almost certainly will make the runoff that's two weeks later. >> well, nice to see what happened to sanford has not undermined the ego of his political team. but he is going to be running against somebody who is more high-profile and that is the sister of comedia
and got stuck. erin pike is in wichita. how are you doing? >> reporter: very well. look, schools and universities have closed for the most part today. businesses were all closed yesterday around this area, but slowly opening back up today. the government got a delayed start to the day, but back open, too. and the roads are all open. the government is just urging drivers that if they're going to drive, they want to get all the though off the top of their cars so doesn't obstruct vision. but i have to tell you, a lot of people in kansas are really happy about all this snow because this is the third year of a really terrible drought here. and as you know, it's a big farming state, so a drought is a big problem. but it's bringing much needed moisture. the big concern, though, is with cattle ranchers. i spoke to a couple of them last night and their big concern is keeping cabs warm. it's cabbing season. these pictures are from frank harper. you can see there are probably cows in the snow, but they were also bringing these calves inside to warm them up. >> you don't normally see that.
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